Coupling Turing stripes to active flows.

@article{Bhattacharyya2021CouplingTS,
  title={Coupling Turing stripes to active flows.},
  author={Saraswat Bhattacharyya and Julia M. Yeomans},
  journal={Soft matter},
  year={2021}
}
We numerically solve the active nematohydrodynamic equations of motion, coupled to a Turing reaction-diffusion model, to study the effect of active nematic flow on the stripe patterns resulting from a Turing instability. If the activity is uniform across the system, the Turing patterns dissociate when the flux from active advection balances that from the reaction-diffusion process. If the activity is coupled to the concentration of Turing morphogens, and neighbouring stripes have equal and… 
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